Yet another failed KDE release?

der_FeniX derfenix at
Wed May 8 11:29:55 BST 2013

В письме от 7 мая 2013 19:56:32 пользователь Renaud  Olgiati написал:
> On Tuesday 07 May 2013 19:21 my mailbox was graced by a message from Duncan
> who wrote:
> > Other distros who stuck with pre-akonadi kmail-1/kdepim-4.4 for awhile
> > either have or will eventually need to make similar decisions...
> Another possibility: users will go over to Claws-mail (or other MUA), and
> drop KDE completely, some with a sigh of relief...
> Cheers,
> Ron.

Just stop crying, men! Somebody drop something for another thing... It is just 
his troubles.
What are you waiting for? That KDE will make software you will like? Or people 
starts like what you like? I use ONLY kde after their 4.1 release and I love 
it so much! Yes, there are some troubles, Yes, there are some bugs. But it is 
DE which going forward! It's more important than stability. You can take group 
of software and make it as stable as you need, but it is more difficult to 
improve this software and make it more usable.
Kde now is that DE which can provide everything you want in one great and 
powerfull envirement, which you can customize as you wish. No one DE can do 
this so.

If somebody goes to claws - it is not mean that kmail is bad or akonadi is 
wrong way. I love it and my big thanks for that people, who develop it!
Any time with any changes - there are many people, that can't understand and 
take in new things, it is people's nature. But changes are needed and I belive 
that kde's team goes in right way. Yes, they are make misstakes and sometime 
creates more problems. But which of NEW-makers doesn't? KDE4 is not just new 
version of old DE. It is new look for pc's daily using. And I'm glad for 
possibility to be the one of the pioneers of this really great DE and it's 

P.S.: Sorry for my english and your mind which has suffered by my message, but 
I'm really tired of such whiny posts... 
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